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Thought you were Pacific Heights? Uh, uh! You’re Cow Hollow now, bitch!

Just when you thought you had it dialed, those darned Realtors go screwing with the neighborhoods.

“The SFAR MLS will be rolling out a significantly revised version of its District/Subdistrict map during the evening of August 10, 2010.

Boundary Changes:
· Dividing line between 7b (Pacific Heights) and 7d (Cow Hollow) jogs south for one block at the west end and changes so that both sides of Green are in 7d (Cow Hollow) between Lyon and Divisadero. The boundary between Divisadero and Van Ness remains the same, keeping both sides of Green in 7b (Pacific Heights)

· 9h (South Beach) expands into portions of 9f (SOMA) and 9d (Mission Bay)

· Dividing line between 6b (Hayes Valley) and 8f (Van Ness/Civic Center) moves from Gough to Franklin

· Dividing line between 6c (Lower Pacific Heights) and 8f (Van Ness/Civic Center) moves from Gough to Franklin between Sutter and California

· Dividing line between District 8a (Downtown) and 8j (Tenderloin) moves from Geary to O’Farrell

· 5f (Buena Vista Park) expands to include Ashbury Heights, and is renamed Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights accordingly

· 5e (Parnassus/Ashbury Heights) changes to include a portion of 5b (Haight Ashbury) which is commonly known as Cole Valley, and is renamed Cole Valley/Parnassus Heights accordingly

· 9a (Bernal Heights) expands to include portions of 9c (Inner Mission) south of Cesar Chavez between San Jose and Mission

· Dividing line between 5c (Noe Valley) and 9c (Inner Mission) moves from Guerrero to San Jose between 24th St to 26th St.

· 5a (Glen Park) expands to include portions of 4s (Sunnyside), 4h (Miraloma Park) and 5c (Noe Valley)

The following Districts are newly added, carved out of existing districts:
· 9G (Yerba Buena), carved out of portions of 9f (SOMA)

· 10M (Candlestick Point), carved out of portions of 10K (Bayview Heights)

· 10N (Little Hollywood), carved out of portions of 10K (Bayview Heights)

The following Districts are renamed:
· 8b (Financial District) is renamed Financial District/Barbary Coast

· 9j (Central Waterfront) is renamed Central Waterfront/Dogpatch

· 5e (Parnassus/Ashbury Heights) is renamed Cole Valley/Parnassus Heights

· 1d (Lake) is renamed Lake Street (the word “Street” is added)

· 5f (Buena Vista Park) is renamed Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights

Here’s the New Map


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8 thoughts on “Thought you were Pacific Heights? Uh, uh! You’re Cow Hollow now, bitch!”

  • Eric A

    July 19, 2010 at 7:34 am

    So confusing! Some of those name changes seem pointless.

    Reply
  • sanfrantim

    July 19, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    so what will be the new dividing line between expanded Glen Park(5a) and Noe Valley (5c)?

    Reply
  • JW

    January 20, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Wow, I use to live in the Van Ness/Civic Center district but now that the dividing line has moved west by one block I now live in Lower Pacific Heights! Kind of makes me want to sing “Well we’re moving on up…”

    Reply
  • JW

    January 20, 2011 at 12:39 pm

    Wow, I used to live in the Van Ness/Civic Center district but now that the dividing line has moved west by one block I now live in Lower Pacific Heights! Kind of makes me want to sing “Well we’re moving on up…”

    Reply
  • TK

    January 20, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    Ah, good to know what the dorks on Socketsite are always talking about…I thought D7 in their parlance was supervisorial district 7, and I always wondered why anyone cared about that.

    Anyway, realtors are always good for a hoot. Apparently Ti Couz is not in the Mission, St. Luke’s is in Bernal Heights, and my street doesn’t even exist! Neat!

    Reply
  • jh

    January 20, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    will zip codes change

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  • Senkulpa

    January 20, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    No, ZIP codes will probably not change. USPS is not the SFAR. Actually, they hella don’t care for one another. 😀

    Reply
  • Benster

    January 24, 2011 at 9:50 am

    Good bye Chinatown! You will be missed.

    Reply

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